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This is an interview-based podcast for problem solvers & action takers! Want to know what the current resources, programs, and services are for teens and adult with ASD? Then, this is the show for you! We highlight AUTISM INNOVATORS! Individuals who are making a difference in the field. - These innovators may be business owners, therapists, researchers, or family members who are improving quality of life for teenagers and adults diagnosed with Autism - and their caregivers! We highlight INSPIRING INDIVIDUALS with ASD! - We put the spotlight on teens and adults who are on the spectrum, who are utilizing their strengths to make a difference in their communities! Visit our website to join the Autism Quality of Life Community! www.autismqualityoflife.com Follow us on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! @QOL4ASD Thank you for joining us to improve quality of life for teens and adults with ASD! In health and well-being, Teri Krakovich
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Jun 12, 2017

In this episode of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, host, Dr. Teri Krakovich, interviews Dr. Liz Laugeson!  Dr. Laugeson is a Clinical Associate Professor at UCLA and is the Founder of the PEERS(R) evidence-based social skills intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder! 

Having trained thousands of mental health professionals, educators, and families in the PEERS(R) method, Dr. Laugeson is dedicated to developing and testing evidence-based treatments to improve social skills across the lifespan, and disseminating these empirically supported programs across the globe.

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